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Wednesday, January 6 • 11:30 - 12:30
Learning from others – how can you compare one science curriculum with another?

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Science is complex, and so science curricula around the world are diverse. On a practical level, how would you work out if one curriculum has strengths or weaknesses when compared with another – whether in terms of coverage, structure, expectations or in other ways? This session reflects on the problem, and presents some of the issues and solutions in actually doing it, and some of the similarities and differences in international science curricula revealed in the process.

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David Shakespeare

Advisor, Square 2 Learning
David Shakespeare works as a consultant, CPD provider and facilitator, providing support in schools and other educational organisations - on teaching and learning, leadership, evaluation, and new curricular and assessment approaches. He draws on organisational psychology, as well... Read More →



Wednesday January 6, 2021 11:30 - 12:30 GMT
Room 4